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System Development Program Group

 

These are specific examples of modules to be taken for credit according to the job you intend to do.


■ For students who aim to be experts in information security and network infrastructure technology.

This is for students who aim to become information security experts that can plan, define the parameters of, develop, operate and preserve a secure information system, while cooperating with other professionals to apply information security technology. Students will earn credit in Information Security, Web Service Construction Techniques, and Seminar on Information Networks from the IT Core Modules, and they will gain the basic competency in these modules to carry out a project.

Information Security

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Web Programming I/II
Object-Oriented System Design
 
 
Web ProgrammingⅢ
Information Security
Data Science
 
 
Web Service Construction Techniques
Seminar on Information Networks
Seminar on System Theory
Web Business Module Group
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to e-Learning Systems
Internet Business Strategy and Marketing
Seminar on Business Administration
 
 
IT Business Negotiation
Techniques of e-Commerce
 
 
Production System Engineering
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in Information Security and Networks)
 
 
After Graduation: Expert in Information Security/Networks

■ For students who will familiarize themselves with the latest technology, such as cloud computing and HTML5.

Students will learn a wide range of technologies to make use of cutting-edge applied technology in their career as an engineer. Students will earn credit in Web Service Construction Techniques, Project Management, Practical Cloud Computing from the IT Core Modules, and will gain the basic competency to develop advanced technology as a project with multiple team members. Additionally students will also take business management-related modules from the Web Business Core Modules to receive balanced credits.

Cutting-Edge Technology

Entry
 
 
 
 
IT Core Module Group
Web Programming I/II
Object-Oriented System Design
 
 
Web ProgrammingⅢ
Information Security
Data Science
 
 
Web Service Construction Techniques
Project Management
Practical Cloud Computing
Web Business Module Group
Basic Theory of Leadership
Introduction to e-Learning Systems
Internet Business Strategy and Marketing
Seminar on Business Administration
 
 
IT Business Negotiation
Techniques of e-Commerce
 
 
Production System Engineering
 
 
 
 
Career-Strengthening Modules (Thematic Studies in Cutting-Edge Applied Technology)
 
 
After Graduation: System Architect, Expert in System Development

 

*The above are model cases, and students can select their modules according to their knowledge and experience, as well as their future objectives.
*The order of credit completion may differ depending on module timing.
*At least 44 credits are required to complete the course (This includes the credits of required modules [5 or 6 credits]).